PICOs

HS2.2.3 | PICO

Hydrological connectivity describes the degree of connection between and across landscape elements through water flow, and determines the ease with which water and solutes may move across the landscape or through a river system. Connectivity occurs across a wide range of spatial scales, from macropores to landscapes, and has been recognized as a first-order control on runoff generation, travel times, and solute transport. The concept of hydrological connectivity has the potential to enhance our understanding of hydrological processes, to link processes across scales and between field and modelling studies, and to provide a unifying framework to organize hydrologic behavior.

This session consists of two blocks: 1) a block that focuses on subsurface hydrological connectivity, linking hillslopes to the stream network and 2) a block that focuses on ephemeral and intermittent streams, including how surface connectivity in intermittent stream networks is established. We hope that together, these studies will enhance our understanding and stimulate discussions on how the concept of hydrological connectivity can be used to link surface and subsurface flows at the catchment scale.

We encourage contributions on all aspects of hydrological connectivity at the catchment scale or ephemeral and intermittent streams, including field studies and modeling studies on how, when and where connectivity is established, how stream networks expand and contract, and how this can be described or modeled, as well as the effects of connectivity or stream network expansion on stream water quantity and quality and stream biodiversity.

This will be a PICO session, which combines the advantages of oral and poster presentations. In addition to the initial 2-minute presentation to introduce the work and raise interest, authors have the opportunity to interact with the audience through the use of the PICO screens, which allows one to show videos, animations and pictures.

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Convener: Ilja van Meerveld | Co-conveners: E. Sauquet, Luisa Hopp, Daniele Penna, Francesc Gallart
PICOs
| Tue, 09 Apr, 14:00–15:45
 
PICO spot 5b

Tuesday, 9 April 2019

PICO spot 5b
Chairperson: Ilja van Meerveld
Subsurface connectivity
14:00–14:02 |
PICO5b.1 |
EGU2019-11192
How Do Organo-Mineral Soils Influence Subsurface Hydrological Connectivity at the Hillslope Scale?
(withdrawn)
Giovanny M. Mosquera, David Windhorst, Lutz Breuer, and Patricio Crespo
14:02–14:04 |
PICO5b.2 |
EGU2019-1299
Matthias Sprenger, Pilar Llorens, Carles Cayuela, Francesc Gallart, and Jérôme Latron
14:04–14:06 |
PICO5b.3 |
EGU2019-11058
Maximilian Ramgraber, Matteo Camporese, Philippe Renard, and Mario Schirmer
14:06–14:08 |
PICO5b.4 |
EGU2019-9943
Kevin Bishop, Ali Ameli, Ilja van Meerveld, Jana Erdbrügger, Jan Seibert, Thomas Grabs, and Hjalmar Laudon
14:08–14:10 |
PICO5b.5 |
EGU2019-5312
Lovrenc Pavlin, Borbála Széles, Gerhard Rab, and Gunter Blöschl
14:10–14:12 |
PICO5b.6 |
EGU2019-6623
Nicola Durighetto, Filippo Vingiani, Leonardo Enrico Bertassello, Matteo Camporese, and Gianluca Botter
Intermittent and Ephemeral Streams
14:12–14:14 |
PICO5b.7 |
EGU2019-5825
Alondra Beatriz Perez, Pedro Luiz Borges Chaffe, João Henrique Macedo Sá, Camyla Innocente, and Pedro Ferreira Arienti
14:16–14:18 |
PICO5b.9 |
EGU2019-14677
Catherine Sefton, Simon Parry, Michael Eastman, Judy England, and Geoffrey Angell
14:18–14:20 |
PICO5b.10 |
EGU2019-15000
Anna Oprei, José Schreckinger, Tatiana Kholiavko, Michael Mutz, and Ute Risse-Buhl
14:20–14:22 |
PICO5b.11 |
EGU2019-10554
Anna Maria De Girolamo, Ersilia D'Ambrosio, Giovanni Francesco Ricci, and Francesco Gentile
14:22–14:24 |
PICO5b.12 |
EGU2019-15026
Eric Sauquet, Ilja van Meerveld, Cath Sefton, Francesc Gallart, Gregor Laaha, Atila Bezdan, Kazimierz Banasik, Anna Maria De Girolamo, Tobias Gauster, Tzviatka Karagiozova, Jurate Kriauciuniene, Plamen Ninov, Marzena Osuch, Simon Parry, Agnieszka Rutkowska, and Ourania Tzoraki
14:24–14:26 |
PICO5b.13 |
EGU2019-10989
Agnieszka Rutkowska and the SMIRES WG1 team
14:26–14:28 |
PICO5b.14 |
EGU2019-11082
Ilja van Meerveld, James Kirchner, Marc Vis, Rick Assendelft, and Jan Seibert
14:28–15:45